Brooks Instrument has announced that Scott Amsbaugh has been appointed as general manager, responsible for overseeing Brooks’ global business operations.
Prior to assuming the role of vice president and general manager, Amsbaugh served as vice president of sales and marketing, where he led Brooks’ global marketing and industrial sales efforts. Under his leadership, Brooks developed a robust product roadmap, successfully launched several products, and strengthened the company’s sales and marketing talent worldwide.
“Brooks is a stable company with strong growth plans,” said Yahya Gharagozlou, group president of ITW. “Scott will provide the leadership necessary to ensure that Brooks achieves its strategic objectives today and grows the business in the future.”
Amsbaugh has also held the positions of managing director for the Asia Pacific region, product marketing director and product marketing manager at Brooks.
“Brooks is focused on growth and the development of new products to serve our global markets,” Amsbaugh added. “I look forward to leading the charge to foster technology development, operational excellence and revenue growth, which are the foundation of the success of Brooks Instrument.”
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